Yamauchi: Gran Turismo may come to PC

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 14 April 2008 14:05 GMT

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Kazunori Yamauchi has said in an Austrian interview that Gran Turismo may come to PC as a necessity for a Chinese launch.

“It is very, very improbable that GT will comes out on another console,” he said, speaking to derStandard.at. “But perhaps it comes to the PC. Particularly [so we could spread the game in] the Chinese market.”

Changes to the once untouchable series seem to be coming thick and fast at the moment, what with the inclusion of for-all online play and the promise of damage for Prologue later this year.

GT5: Prologue has just launched in Europe and hits the US at the end of this week.

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